In celebration of the 30th anniversary of the international business major at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln, the College of Business will host its inaugural International Business Summit at Howard L. Hawks Hall, April 12-13.
The International Business Summit is free for all those who register in advance, and an optional meet and greet lunch with employers is $5. Attendees can come and go as schedules require.
The summit will celebrate the milestone and offer students, faculty, alumni and employers the opportunity to connect with others who study or teach international business and professionals already doing business on a global scale.
The summit enables attendees from across the nation to hear from students about their research, internships and experiences and engage in discussions about top issues in the industry.
Sessions will include an international business career panel, a Big Ten faculty symposium on international business education, student research and internship presentations and a panel discussion on the pros and cons of globalization.
Attendees are also invited to attend the college’s executive insights panel discussion at 4 p.m. April 12 in Howard L. Hawks Hall.
The free event will feature executives talking about their leadership and career experiences including retired Ahold USA CEO Allan Noddle, who also serves on the International Business Advisory Board at Nebraska Business.